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renewal

noun re·new·al \ri-ˈnü-əl, -ˈnyü-\

: the act of extending the period of time when something is effective or valid : the act of renewing something

: the state of being made new, fresh, or strong again : the state of being renewed

Full Definition of RENEWAL

1
:  the act or process of renewing :  repetition
2
:  the quality or state of being renewed
3
:  something (as a subscription to a magazine) renewed
4
:  something used for renewing; specifically :  an expenditure that betters existing fixed assets
5
:  the rebuilding of a large area (as of a city) by a public authority

Examples of RENEWAL

  1. The lease calls for yearly renewals.
  2. License renewals can be done online.
  3. You can get a 10 percent savings on subscription renewals.
  4. High fuel prices have led to a renewal of interest in electric cars.
  5. She uses flowers in her art as symbols of rebirth and renewal.

First Known Use of RENEWAL

circa 1686

Rhymes with RENEWAL

RENEWAL Defined for Kids

renewal

noun re·new·al \ri-ˈnü-əl, -ˈnyü-\

Definition of RENEWAL for Kids

1
:  the act of continuing in force for a new period <the renewal of a magazine subscription>
2
:  the state of being made new, fresh, or strong again
3
:  something renewed <license renewals>

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stringent Hear it
rigorous, strict, or severe
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